Black Vulture

Hey guys, welcome back. I have never lived in, or birded in the range of today's bird, yet I've seen a number of them. What gives? The black vulture is the slightly smaller cousin to the turkey vulture and is historically found in the southern half of the US. However, due partly to climate change,... Continue Reading →

Turkey Vulture

Hey guys, welcome back! Today, we've reached our first (as well as the most widespread in North America) vulture species; the turkey vulture! Turkey vultures are huge birds that eat primarily carrion (dead animals) but will also occasionally eat garbage and left over human food, and will also on rare occasions eat live food; primarily... Continue Reading →

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